Redes de contacto e intercambios entre Anatolia, el Egeo y la isla de Creta en el Bronce Antiguo

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https://doi.org/10.5944/etfii.34.2021.30472

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Anatolia; Bronce Egeo Antiguo; Creta; Cícladas; Egeo; movilidad; redes; Anatolia Trade Net Work; Great Caravan Route

Resumen

El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar los contactos que tuvieron lugar desde la primera parte de la Edad del Bronce en el Egeo, el Mediterráneo oriental, el Levante y el Oriente Próximo con la isla de Creta y que incluyen la movilidad de gentes, objetos e ideas. Para ello es esencial rastrear en el registro arqueológico los hallazgos de la cultura material y las influencias que se detectan dentro de este sistema de redes de relaciones que se inicia en ese momento e incluso antes. Creta presenta determinadas características que favorecen el desarrollo de un crecimiento sostenido, que permite la generación de excedentes por encima del nivel de subsistencia a lo que se añade una situación geográfica única al sur del Egeo y en el centro de un sistema de redes que conectan Anatolia, el Oriente Próximo, Egipto y Grecia continental. Por lo tanto, este sistema de redes favorece la movilidad de gentes y el intercambio de objetos, materias primas, innovaciones tecnológicas e ideas que llegan a la isla e impactan en sus elites favoreciendo el surgimiento del sistema palacial.

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M.ª Soledad Milán Quiñones de Léon, UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MADRID

Pofesora Contratada Doctora 

Departamento de HIstoria Antigua, Historia Medieval y Paleografía y Diplomática

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Milán Quiñones de Léon, M. S. (2021). Redes de contacto e intercambios entre Anatolia, el Egeo y la isla de Creta en el Bronce Antiguo. Espacio Tiempo Y Forma. Serie II, Historia Antigua, 34(34), 13–32. https://doi.org/10.5944/etfii.34.2021.30472

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